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Grundfos 595916 1/25 Horsepower Comfort Series Recirculator Pump

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  • TLC = Timer, Line Cord, 6-Foot
  • Flow range: 0 - 9 U.S. GPM, Head range: 0 - 6-Foot
  • Motors: Single phase, 115V
  • Connection: 3/4-Inch M by 3/4-Inch FNPT
  • Maintenance-free, low energy consumption, easy to install, quiet running
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Grundfos 595916 1/25 Horsepower Comfort Series Recirculator Pump + Grundfos 595926 Replacement Comfort Valve for UP Circulator Pumps + Grundfos 519601 3/4-Inch GF 15/26 Cast Iron Flange Set
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Product Information

Technical Details
Part Number UP1510SU7PTLC
Item Weight7.2 pounds
Product Dimensions3.3 x 4.7 x 5.2 inches
Item model number595916
Power Sourcecorded-electric
Voltage115 volts
Item Package Quantity1
Warranty Description2 years from the date of installation
  
Additional Information
ASINB000JG81AQ
Best Sellers Rank #21,471 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight7.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableOctober 6, 2006
  
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Product Description

Product Description

UP1510SU7PTLC Features: -Recirculator pump kit.-Material: Bronze and stainless steel.-Aluminum stator housing.-Stainless steel spherical separator.-Stainless steel / tungsten carbide rotor.-Stainless steel, epdm, pu, ptfe, graphite rotor and impeller.-Brass ms 58 pump housing.-PPO isolation valve.-PA66/6 terminal box cover, motor cover.-Lexan light.-PVC cable, cable relief.-EPP 55 insulating cover.-EPDM o'rings.-POM check valve.-Proud to bring the comfort and savings of hot water recirculation to the existing homes market with the comfort series instant hot water system.-Stainless steel circulator, complete with timer and 10-foot power cord, is installed directly to the hot water discharge on the water heater.-Comfort valve is installed under the sink at the fixture furthest from the water heater, and the system uses the existing cold water line to return hot water to the water heater.-Circulator pumps, series UP, are specifically designed for heating systems.-Suitable for circulation of hot domestic water and for circulation of liquid in cooling and air-conditioning systems.-Wet rotor design.-Composite impeller.-Eliminates and prevents corrosive effects of fresh water.-Maintenance-free, low energy consumption, easy to install, quiet running.-Improved performance and efficiency.-Pre-program usage times to save power.-No additional wiring required.-Adds to savings by operating pump by sensing the water temperature.-Insulation class: F.-Flow range: 0 - 65 US GPM.-Head range: 0'' - 72''.-Maximum fluid temperature: 150 F (66 C).-Minimum fluid temperature: 36 F (2 C).-Maximum working pressure: 145 PSI.-Connection: 075'' M X 075'' FNPT.-TLC : timer, line cord. Includes: -Includes timer and line cord.-Comfort system includes a UP15-10SU7/TLC circulator and the revolutionary comfort valve. Specifications: -UP15-10SU7P/TLC comfort series 1/25 HP recirculator.-Recirculator engine: 1/25 HP.-Power consumption: 25watts.-Motors: Voltage: 115volts, phase: 1. Dimensions: -Dimensio

From the Manufacturer

The Grundfos UP15-10SU7P/TLC Comfort Series 1/25 HP Recirculator Pump is a Comfort Series Instant Hot Water System. Includes timer and line cord. Grundfos Pumps is proud to bring the comfort and savings of hot water recirculation to the existing homes market with the Comfort Series Instant Hot Water System. The Comfort System includes a Grundfos UP15-10SU7/TLC circulator and the revolutionary Comfort Valve. The stainless steel circulator, complete with timer and 10-foot power cord, is installed directly to the hot water discharge on the water heater. The Comfort Valve is installed under the sink at the fixture furthest from the water heater, and the system uses the existing cold water line to return hot water to the water heater. The Grundfos circulator pumps, Series UP, are specifically designed for heating systems. The pumps are also suitable for circulation of hot domestic water and for circulation of liquid in cooling and air-conditioning systems.

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Bulb Voltage
115 Volts

Customer Reviews

This unit is easy to install and works great!
James E Barnes
Now my wife is happy she gets instant hot water in the kitchen.
jwrjr
Highly recommended if you like convenience and saving money.
John F. Conroy

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

60 of 61 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on March 31, 2009
I have installed a total of four of these systems for family and friends. One on my own home over 5 years ago, two on our friend's houses more than 3 years ago and one on my parents house over 4 years ago. We all have had absolutely no problems. The cold water does start out warm, but quickly becomes cold. The timer works flawless, just set it to turn on about a half hour before you normally wake up or get home. Four out of four love our systems here. Grundfos is known for there quality. We use there pumps in the field all the time with very minimal problems. Make sure you know what you're doing or the person who's installing the product know's what they're doing. Highly recommended.
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28 of 29 people found the following review helpful By CarlsbadBill on December 26, 2011
I had a college kid install mine 5 years ago and I've had no problems whatsoever. Yes, it does circulate the hot water into the cold pipe at your sink, but it's a small inconvenience for the HUGE amount of water it saves. I recently decided to wire my Grundfos into a push-button timer that circulates only for 10 minutes, and then automatically shut off. The clock on the pump is then set to ON so whenever the unit gets electricity from the timer (it runs for the selected time 10,20,30,60 minutes) and it automatically shuts off. This works well for our house where my wife and I just push the timer a five minutes before we take a shower. This solution might work well for the person who has it in their guest room. Alternatively, there are remote RF (radio frequency) switches (sold for woodworking vacuum systems) where you could turn the pump ON/OFF from the guest bath only when needed.

Note: the timer needs electrical knowledge to install, while the RF switch is just plug-in (and has a 50 foot maximum range). The timer: [...] Or The Remote Switch: [...]
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37 of 41 people found the following review helpful By ifdefmoose on February 22, 2012
I installed one of these pumps on my hot water heater more than 4 years ago. It has worked flawlessly since that time. The hot water line to my master bath is about 150 feet long. Before installing this system, I had to run the hot water in my shower for 4-5 minutes before the water was warm enough to step in. Now it takes no more than 20 seconds on a cold morning to reach an acceptable temperature.

The pump and the comfort valve were fairly easy for me to install (and I'm not all that good with plumbing). I removed the old hot water flex supply line on top of my hot water heater tank, connected the pump, and then reconnected a shorter flex supply line between the pump and the hot water pipe. Then I disconnected the supply lines under the sink in my master bath and connected the comfort valve. It took me a couple of hours, including a trip to the plumbing supply store. If you have any plumbing experience at all, it should take you less.

Initially I used the 24-hour timer that is built into the pump, but now Ihave it controlled by a separate 7-day timer, so that I can set it to different schedules depending on the day of the week (it comes on earlier on weekdays, and later on weekends and holidays).

The pump uses the cold water line as the return, so it makes the cold water lukewarm. This is the trade off for using this system. Also, as with any type of hot water recirculator system, you're trading water savings for energy. You'll waste less water while waiting for the water to run warm, but you are using more energy in the process, to keep the hot water pipe warm, and also to run the pump itself.
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19 of 20 people found the following review helpful By John Stroman on May 8, 2012
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I was very skeptical about recirculating pumps that return water through the cold water line. I am very happy with this system. I weighed the advantages of installing a seperate return line vs. installing this system. A key concern was the response time for a cold water faucet opening to the water reaching its coldest temperature. I was pleasantly surprised that it is consistently less than a few seconds at the faucet furthest away from the hot water heater, which is worst case. The system works so well that even if I was working with new construction I would use this system instead of running a dedicated return line, especially with the price of copper and the fact that there are fewer leakage paths. My user experience is this: I turn on any hot water faucet and water is instantaneously warm and gets to full hot in less than half a minute. I turn on any cold water faucet and the water begins cool and within a few seconds the water is fully cold. I have very long pipe runs and this performance is excellent. The pump is undetectable acoustically. The system is easy to set up. The timer is simple and allows one to set the time the system is operating very easily and in small increments. I can make the system start and stop in 15 minute intervals thoughout the day and it's very intuitive. I was also pleased that the system includes on stainless steel and noncorrosive materials in wetted areas. This is a very well designed system. I'm still getting used to turning on the water on a cold night and it's immediately usable.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By John F. Conroy on March 4, 2013
Water quality in your area will affect how well and how long these products will last. Home construction and main water supply (city repairs) sediment flow will clog up the under sink valves. This requires removal of the valve and backflow cleaning and reinstallation. This meant one hour service after two or three years. The actual pump has needed replacement once in 15 years, and we run the pump 24/7. If you maintain your water supply system (flush the heater tank once a year, etc) you'll cut maintenance, just like changing oil in your car. Water systems in our other home are pre-filtered at the main supply input, and we have had no problems for over 8 years. You get what you pay for, but ALL systems need maintenance, Electrical, Water, HVAC. If you are DIY, you are good to go. If you have to call an electrical contractor to change a light bulb, these won't work correctly, and you need to get a new life. Highly recommended if you like convenience and saving money.
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